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photo of popping a bubble. That's awesome.

Super-slow-motion pictures show soap bubble bursting in stunning detail. Richard Heeks spent weeks capturing his images of the bursting of a bubble.

You Must Chill: Seven Spring Activities for Preschoolers

How to make your own bubble solution plus ideas for creating homemade bubble wands - fun and educational activity for kids on a warm, sunny day! make-and-takes-for-kids-community-board

Write a story from the perpective of the short lifespan of a bubble - creative writing prompts for kids

It is incredible what can make a human mind and camera together. It could be an amazing creation. One of these human mind and camera creations are slow motion pictures. Look below 29 amazing slow motion photography.

Shinning and Stunning

Inspired By: Pink

I know how hard it is to take pictures of bubbles, so I really admire this photographer because he captured a really great image of them! I really like the pink hues in this photo and how the bubbles are lined with a rainbow of colors!


Tree Foregrounded in a Soap Bubble Trees reflected in a soap bubble. I'm amazed at how the tree at the top seems so foregrounded. I love the sharpness of the tree here and how you can actually see shadows on the trunk and branches.


Those who do not believe in magic will never find it. This shows that magic is in your hands no matter what. (Galaxy in hands)

Spreekt voor zich.

When a Bubble begins to burst. Put camera on tripod, do this at a sunset so bubbles are well lit, and set shutter speed high. This is a picture I want to take!

maybe not quite this pose but something equally unique with my camera

"Dancers Among Us" project by Jordan Matter Photography. Some of these photos are surreal. But so amazing, the stories are written all over them. People should always communicate in dance.

Possibly the best timed photo ever taken!

Photos That Had Perfect Timing - Don't Let The Bubble Burst Taken at the perfect moment, this photo shows a burble bursting and is one of the most perfectly timed photos ever!